Jeff Jackson affixes new tabs to the plates of his 1985 Oldsmobile, after paying $32 to renew the license of his car in 1999 in Lacey. Sound Transit won the right to increase tab fees, but the way it calculates car values is under review in the Legislature.
Jeff Jackson affixes new tabs to the plates of his 1985 Oldsmobile, after paying $32 to renew the license of his car in 1999 in Lacey. Sound Transit won the right to increase tab fees, but the way it calculates car values is under review in the Legislature. Louie Balukoff The Associated Press
Jeff Jackson affixes new tabs to the plates of his 1985 Oldsmobile, after paying $32 to renew the license of his car in 1999 in Lacey. Sound Transit won the right to increase tab fees, but the way it calculates car values is under review in the Legislature. Louie Balukoff The Associated Press

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